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Towards requirements for trust management


Abstract: Research in the field of Trust Management is blooming producing new Trust Frameworks within short time intervals. However, trust researchers do not develop distributed systems. Most developers are not familiar with security procedures and therefore often introduce other security vulnerabilities during implementation. We wish to provide a solution for system designers and developers for applying Trust Management. As a first step of our work we investigated how our users understand the application of trust and reputation in distributed systems. During focus group workshops we collected a set of initial requirements. We learnt that users are familiar with the benefits gained by Trust Management but had not enough knowledge about its application.
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